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All reviewskings crossargyle squarest pancrasbasement roomcomfy bedrooms are smalleuston roadclean towelswould stay againnext trip to londonexcellent locationshort stayminutes walk awayone night stayconvenient locationquiet streetexcelsior
We went down for a concert and didn't want to rush back for the train afterwards. Since we'd be travelling back from King's Cross the next day this was perfect.
The location is great (about 5 mins walk) and the accommodation was reasonably priced. The...More
Yes, from the photos the Melville does look pretty, and we thought so too from the outside and also inside the lobby.
However, the standard of cleanliness in our room was completely unacceptable. I've stayed in cleaner hotels in 3rd world countries! The room smelt...More
1. Very small rooms and toilet. Photo images are not the real view.
2. Towels were unwashed.
3. Cheap quality beds. Third class grade pillows.
4. The hotel is very expensive as 2 star hotel.
5. Central heating didn't work. We suffered with cold.
I read reviews and looked at pictures and was looking forward to my night in London after a long day travelling. The hotel is in a great location and just across the road from Kings Cross/St Pancras.
Unfortunately the first room allocation had me in...More
amazing reception area as you walk in and fantastic reception staff.
no lift and as we had 2 large cases as on the way to a cruise ship it was an issue getting them up and downstairs although we did have help and nowhere to...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and